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8:59 AM EST on December 9, 2014

    • Long Island Safety Cams Catching Speeders, So Suffolk's Executive Shuts Down Program (Newsday)
    • Klein's "New Deal" Plan: Spend Bank Settlement Windfall on MTA, Tappan Zee (TU, Capital)
    • Kallos Bill Would Create Universal E-Hail Platform for Green, Yellow Cabs (News, Post, Capital, WCBS)
    • DOT Unveils Permanent Design Proposals for Putnam Triangle Plaza in Clinton Hill (Brownstoner)
    • Friends of Lincoln Square Hit-and-Run Victim Raise Funds to Defray Spiraling Medical Costs (DNA)
    • SoHo BID -- With Sean Sweeney's Support! -- Wants to Tackle Broadway's Crowded Sidewalks (Crain's)
    • Post Urges Christie and Cuomo to Sign Port Authority Reform Bill
    • Fugitive Around-Manhattan Speed Demon Sentenced to a Year in Jail, If He Returns to U.S. (Post)
    • Car and Driver Tests Would-Be Central Park Touring Car: Wider and Taller Than a Suburban
    • No Better Way to Piss Off Advance Readers Than By Blocking the Staten Island Expressway in Protest

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